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Rhythmics in English - language learning for preschoolers

"Rhythmics in English" is an innovative trend in learning a foreign language through music and movement classes, learning rhythms and tapping them on Orff instruments, as well as learning songs. Children learn new vocabulary while improving their musical sensitivity. Rhythm educates children in terms of movement and music interpretation, while memorized English songs and rhymes teach them to distinguish notes, half notes, quarter notes or eighth notes. This method of learning English helps you remember new names, vocabulary and their pronunciation more easily.


Rhythmics in English is based on a method of learning a foreign language known as "Total Physical Response", where children first learn simple actions such as "stand up, sit down, turn around, jump, run" and perform them, and then name them in a foreign language. In addition, children's memorization of musical and motor systems affects the development of hearing, which is necessary in learning a foreign language.

The essence of this method is to show that the difficult work related to language learning can be a pleasant movement and music game that shapes hearing and motor memory.